Originally from the United States and trained in India for 20 years, bansuri flutist Nash Naubert has has toured Europe, Canada, and the US. and performed at music festivals in India and the West, such as the 35th Kesarbai Kerkar Festival, the 31st Konark Festival, and the 6th Kashinath Bodas Festival in Phoenix, AZ. Since his youth, he has been a dedicated disciple of music and he continues expanding his passions into his own depth of understandings and artful expressions of the subtle and soulful complexities of Indian classical music.
Naubert’s company ‘Music of Now’ is focused on promoting Indian classical music world-wide, with the goal of seeing it thrive on an International stage with a global audience, hand-in-hand with Western Classical music and Jazz. A collaboration with the Swami Vivekananda chapter of Mumbai, ‘Music of Now’ teaches music to young aspiring musicians on a voluntary basis who want to learn music and pursue music as a career.
On July 5th at Carnegie Hall, Naubert will be performing an evening of Indian classical music, and will be joined by tabla virtuoso Aditya Kalyanpur and dancer Gaysil Naubert.